Klink Klunk Klonk is basically a pretty dystopian poem recited
by a Big Brother-like fanged being (David Black) whose image seems to be
projected onto almost everything, a poem that touches everything from
religion and slavery to pandemics and pollution, while humans in white
face masks seem to be doing his bidding, losing their humanity more and
more in the process ...
Now above is not so much an actuall
synopsis of the movie at hand as it is an attempt at interpretation, and
you might see something different in it, that's for sure. That said, the
film, shot during COVID-19 lockdown (which might also account for its
pessimism), really manages to bring the poem that's central to it to life
in its impressive and often quite eerie pictures, with cinematographer
Gerardo Chierchia showing a definite eye for strong imagery. Now granted,
this all is very dystopian, so you might not want to watch it when you're
down, but it's a pretty strong short nevertheless.